unless you use one of the originals

HEY GUYS welcome to my channel! today we’re going to be talking about the TOP TEN EASTER EGGS in the new x men movie, LOGAN!


now unless youre a super fan, you might have missed this one. here you can see that the character wolverine has what looks like claws in this shot. this is an obvious reference to the wolverine issue 126, where the character has claws that come from his hands!


comic book fans, you know this one! in the comics, the character “Charcoals Xavier” cannot walk and uses a wheelchair. this clear call back to the original character design is why we comic book nerds love x men movies! way to pay homage, logan writers! 


third and finally, fans might not have caught his cameo but this is an actor called Huge Ackman. he has played the character “The Wolverine” in many x men movies. what a call back to the original x men trology!

well guys, that’s all the insider info i have for you today! as always make sure to like comment and subscribe!!!!!

Just a heads up that Steam Summer Sales means RPG Maker software are at semi-affordable prices, in case you missed their humble bundle packs. >u>

So right now: 

  • RPG Maker 2000: Originally $25, currently $5
  • RPG Maker 2003: Originally $20, currently $3 (yes, RPG maker 2003 is cheaper than 2000 somehow)
  • RPG Maker XP: Originally $25, currently $5
  • RPG Maker VX: Originally $40, currently $8
  • RPG Maker VX Ace: Originally $70, currently $14
  • RPG Maker MV: Originally $80, currently $28 

VX Ace is probably the most commonly used version right now!  This is the one I mainly use, it’s very simple to use and there are thousands of tutorials for it. Most of the scripts you can download to do fancy stuff are for VX Ace. I’d recommend it for adventure/point and click games, but not for actual rpg games (mainly because there are no side battlers unless you download a script for it)

You can get RPG Maker VX Ace Lite for free, and there’s no time limit. You can make your own games, but you can’t make them for profit and you have less resources.

Note that RPG Maker VX Ace and RPG Maker MV are pretty much the same, but MV fixes a lot of stuff that was wrong with Ace (side battlers are back along with an extra layer) and lets you port to mobile devices. It also allows you to have the game on a website since it makes use of Javascript instead of Ruby (basically get MV if you have experience using RPG Maker, hated VX Ace, plan to make a game for Android or iOS, or if you are experienced in Javascripting). Also, MV’s tiles are bigger!

Out of the most affordable ones, XP is very similar to VX Ace and has a straightforward layering system and easy fog effects. 

Edit: Previously I mentioned this might make XP better than VX Ace in some aspects, but it’s been brought to my attention (thanks @rukomura for pointing it out!) that’s really only the case with the mapping system, and that the event system can be pretty buggy, so take care!

I haven’t tried RPG Maker 2003, but some of the most popular games were made there, like OFFYume Nikki, The Huntress of the Hollow and Pom Gets Wi-Fi so you can still do a lot with it! 

And… I actually have no idea about 2000 and VX. If you guys have experience with either, please reblog with more info.  >u>” 

You know what’s something that I love about the Portal series that sets it apart from a lot of other games? 

Portal is, unnecessarily, very musical.

Its a puzzle game, there’s literally no reason for it to be as musical as it is. I’m not just talking about the score, either, though it is incredible. All video games have some kind of music so that you aren’t listening to nothing while you travel around maps and shoot at things. And for RPGs the music is a very important part of storytelling. Undertale did this masterfully.

But I’m talking about how you find easter eggs of turrets singing to each other as a past time, or how one of the loading screens is Potatos lamenting about being thrown down into old Aperture. Music is a theme in the game. Putting aside the music that you test by, these are examples of all the musical encounters you have just by walking around the game without tripping a cut scene. (Though I would like to note that GLaDOS singing the ending credit song for each game was also a very odd path for Valve to take that paid off. )

- Exile Vilify on the radio.

- Still Alive on the radio.

- Turrets practicing ‘Turret Wife Serenade’.

- The companion cube sings a version of ‘Cara Mia Addio’ when you pick it up.

- Funnels have their own music.

- Test Chamber 20 of Portal 2; the laser buttons have rhythm when they’ve all been activated.

- The things that re-direct lasers make their own music too.

- Wheatley plays classical music to try and show off to the player.

- The Announcer plays smooth jazz for you in one of the earlier tests.

I know I’m still missing some, but if you were to take these out of the game nothing would change. They don’t add anything to the story (aside from Wheatley trying to prove he isn’t a moron and failing at it), and some of them are Easter Eggs so you could just as easily miss them. There’s no point to them being there but we love that they are. It adds a character and charm to the game, like the Aperture facility itself is a big orchestra with robots that love to sing.

And it leaks into its fan base, too. We have a Portal 2: Musical that has been performed twice! Harry101UK makes his own original Portal music videos and tracks as a hobby.The Portal Stories: Mel mod not only uses all of its own original music, but it also has hidden musical easter eggs like a radio playing a rock version of ‘Want You Gone’. The most popular Portal fanfiction, ‘Blue Sky’, is named and themed after a song by Electrical Lights Orchestra. It is almost mandatory that if you are to make Portal content the universe you’ve created does not seem complete unless there is at least one hint at its musical themes. (That’s my opinion anyway, I realize the first game wasn’t nearly as crafty with its usage of music as much as Portal 2 was)

I dunno, it was just a thought I was sitting on for a while that I really appreciate the franchise for.

Some Tips On Organic Chemistry
  1. When you’re looking at two compounds and wondering how they may react, pay attention to the carbons - if they are bonded to a halogen or something more electronegative than them, then they have a partial positive charge and they’re going to want anything that will give them more electrons (a.k.a. a nucleophillic attack). If they’re bonded to hydrogen, they have a partial negative charge and they become your nucleophile, which will want to give those electrons to something that’s lacking them. Once you get these basics down, mechanisms become much easier to memorize because you can see the logic in them and sometimes predict them.

  2. Get the basic mechanisms ingrained in your brain. Think of SN1, SN2, E1 and E2 as your new multiplication table. Make flashcards about them and take them to class. Or put them at the back or front of your notebook. Just have them handy at all times.

  3. Draw the final steps in 3D. ALWAYS. You can draw the mechanisms and the first steps in 2D because it will make it easier to understand, but never forget that you’re working with a 3D structure that can flipped (and attacked by nucleophiles) every which way. Also, if you don’t know the basic perspectives used in orgo (Fischer, Newmans, sawhorse, wedge-dash) please take half an hour to learn them. Mainly wedge-dash and Fischer, but Newman is very useful when deciding which position you should put your atoms in if you’re dealing with sin and anti.

  4. Colors. If you’re one of those people who ONLY writes in black pen, awesome, keep using it for WRITING. For reactions though, you’re going to want options. you’ll need to differentiate between:

    • The molecules (same color for atoms and bonds, unless you want to finish your notes on your deathbed).
    • Your three types of arrows: electron flow, actual steps in the reaction (think intermediates) and steps you may take to make it clearer for you but that happen at the same time.
    • Formal charges
    • The electrons that stay with its original atom and the ones that are given/shared, if you’re like me and you like your mechanisms to be spelled out.
    • This is not an excuse to go nuts with the coloring, 3 colors are enough. Personally, I use purple for molecules, electrons and reaction arrows, black for electron flow arrows and charges and light blue for clarification step arrows. Also optional but to denote a homolytic fission I usually write a blue line perpendicular to the bond. Similarly, if two atoms share one electron each, instead of just one them donating both electrons, I link said electrons with blue.
    • Remember to be consistent, otherwise you’ll end up like me, looking at your notes from the beginning of the semester and wondering if that dash is a bond or a -1 formal charge (to avoid this, preferably circle formal charges. Lol I never do this but I should).
  5. Flashcards are so helpful! Write the reactants on one side and the mecanism and products on the other. Test yourself until you are one with the electrons.

  6. If it’s a concerted mechanism, number the arrows. You’ll thank yourself a month from now.

  7. Khanacademy. Khanacademy will save your butt when it comes to mechanisms. Chemwiki is likely to have anything that Khanacademy doesn’t. If it isn’t in either of those, Google images just became your new best friend. Books also tend to explain those nicely but I personally find them to be poorly structured and they usually include much more info than what you’ll actually be requiered to know. If you have the time to read two pages on a reaction though, by all means go for it.

  8. Study in advance. Good luck studying for your final two days before if you don’t understand the mechanisms and you don’t have your material organized. Seriously, don’t do it. A week before the exam you could make those flashcards mentioned above. They’re a great way to review but it will be impossible if you are learning these things from scratch.

  9. Get your hands on past tests. This goes for any subject but especially for orgo. Try to get a past test or at least ask an upper-classman who’s taken orgo with that professor. Does his/her tests focus on mechanisms? Retrosynthesis? Or does he/she give you the reactants and ask what the product is or what environment they should be in to obtain x? Ideally, you should be able to answer any of these if you know the material. However, if they focus on retrosynthesis, it may be a little tricky, so make sure to cater your study techniques to that.

  10. You should also check out @colllegeruled’s Surviving Organic Chemistry, it’s super helpful and it has lots of resources (seriously, you introduced me to Khanacademy, I OWE YOU MY LIFE).

So, this is what I can offer so far. I hope it shines at least a faint light into the dark path that is organic chemistry.

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anonymous asked:

i'm new to gymnastics so this is probably a dumb question but what is the difference between a van leeuwen and a komova ii? they look the same to me. unless i'm looking at the wrong skills and they're completely different lol.

So the Van Leeuwen and Komova II are both shaposh-style skills, which are a family of backward transitions with flight from the low bar to the high bar. This is the original, named after Natalia Shaposhnikova:

In the GIF Dominique Dawes flies backwards from the low bar to the high bar.

If you add a half twist to this, you get a Khorkina:

This is very similar to a van leeuwen, but there’s one small difference - the circling element used to complete the skill. See how Khorkina’s hips swing around the bar before she flies to the high bar? That’s called a clear hip circle. If instead she put her toes on the bar (i.e. did a “toe on”) and then flew from low to high bar with a half twist, she’d have done a van leeuwen:

A Van Leeuwen without the half twist is called a Maloney.

An inbar stalder is the hardest of the circling elements - to perform it, a gymnast swings with their feet in between them and the bar. Basically it’s like doing a toe on but bringing your feet in closer so they clear the bar. A van leeuwen with an inbar stalder approach instead of a toe-on (i.e. an inbar stalder with flight with half turn to high bar) is called a Komova:

Without the half twist, it’s a Komova II:

GIFs courtesy of Wikia (x).

anonymous asked:

What if Yuuri gave Victor an aphrodisiac? They would talk about it first, pick a day, and it'd be consensual, but they agree that Yuuri won't tell Victor when during the day he will do it to make it even more exciting for Victor. Or it could go the other way around, but I really like the idea of Victor getting all needy since we've gotten to see so much of Yuuri's needy side thanks to your beautiful fic.

Because I see the two of them being pretty adventurous sex-wise, this is totally something they might try. (I’m sorry this is so long, but I got invested in it…)

Background: There’s a drug similar to viagra (that was originally produced as a hairloss treatment (hahahaha poor Vic)) that will give the user a mock heat/rut that lasts for about 6 hrs. It’s primarily used by people that have gone through a ‘menopause’ of sorts (they don’t have heats or ruts anymore), but it’s also commonly used by Betas so they can feel what Alphas/Omegas feel. 

There’s a street-drug version that’s pretty potent and is used before raves and orgy parties (keeps you hard and horny for hours). And there’s prescription ones too, but doctors usually don’t prescribe unless you’re older and ‘need’ it, so the street drug is actually more common. 

I can see the two of them using it at home the first time just to test the effects. And yes, they’d talk about it beforehand. 

And then I can see Yuuri adding it to Victor’s water bottle one afternoon (after deciding on a few days timeframe for him to do it). And by the time they have supper (Yuuri was NOT expecting them to go out to a restaurant), Victor is squirming in his pants and flushed all the way up his neck to his ears. Makes for a fantastic night at home, though. And probably a late morning.

(But for some reason, I also kind of see them trying it once during an sex party they’re invited to. Of course, they just end up watching and playing together instead of joining in because they’re damn voyeurs.)

If you really want to see a needy Victor, just wait until I write a ‘Victor’s Rut’ fic to go along with YCPfE. 


So I’ve had this idea for awhile…. turning a compact into a took for witchcraft. And here it is! My compact turned traveling scrying mirror 😊

Here’s how I did it….

1. Take old compact and clean it out. Make sure all the makeup is removed.

2. Optional*** remove or cover up the top writing. I was gonna spray paint it, but ended up using nail polish to remove the writing, as I wanted it purely black. You could then if you wanted put designs or sigils on the top or anywhere you liked. For now, I’m keeping it simple.

3. Optional again*** herbs! I used…
Rose petals
Bay leaf
(Was originally gonna add cinnamon and sage but was put of both)

If you like stones, obsidian (especially gold sheen) and clear quartz would be perfect!!

All those herbs have correspondences of divination, image magic, love divination and prophetic dreams, strengthening mental powers, protection (success and wisdom) in order of the herbs listed 😊

4. Combine the herbs. Keep in mind it’s going in a small space, so unless you’re making more than one I’d suggest keeping the parts small and equal as possible. But if you want more protection then add abit more basil or another bay leaf. It’s up to you

5. Bag up and put in bottom compartment of compact. I was gonna use a pretty purple bag, but it didn’t fit. So it’s in a small plastic baggie instead…

And there ya go!! A compact turned traveling scrying mirror and cheap witchy idea. All these herbs can be found in the kitchen, or grown yourself 😊

Also ideal for more private witches, as no one is gonna necessarily question you having a foundation compact in your bag 💄💋

If you guys take this idea and run with it, or would even like me to make one for you, let me know!! Tag me in posts as I’d love to see the creativity and witchy ideas flow!! Thinking about making a love one as my latest compact is almost dry 😂

Find A New One

Originally requested and posted on my Wattpad account!

Fandom : DC Superheroes

Pairing: Jason Todd x Reader

“Timmy!” you yelled after the ravenhead boy who was walking down the hall.

“Y/n, how many times have I told you not to call me that!” he caught you just in time as you draped yourself on his back.

“Ugh, but I like it! Unless you want to be Timbo! I can work with that too!” you smile lightly poking his cheek.

By now everyone in the school was used to your outbursts with your best friend Tim.
He was a shy guy and not that social but he was a good friend.
And you had the vigilant life in common. Both of you quickly figured out the others secret identity and proceeded to go on patrols together. With Bruce’s approval of course.

“No thanks, I’m good.” Tim huffed setting you down and going for his locker.

“What’s the matter BFF? Not enough coffee in the morning?” you tease him again leaning against other lockers.

He peered behind the locker door giving you a glare.

“My brother’s back in town..” he mumbled slamming the door with force making you wince.

“So, Dick usually drops by this time of month..” you quickly follow Tim when he starts walking again.

“Not Dick, Jason. He’s so annoying!” Tim sighed and you chuckled.

“On the bright side, you have me now so I’ll join in on tonight’s patrol.” you wink showing off a bright smile making Tim smile as well.

“Thanks Y/n.” he gives you a quick hug before you separate going to class.


Tim sent you a message on when and where to meet up, so you got in your suit and out in to the night.
It wasn’t long before you found him crouching down on some dirty old roof.

“Timmy I’m not sure Alfred would approve of your mud stains.” you could already see him smile as he turns around.

“Took you long enough and don’t worry me and Al are good. C'mon everyone’s waiting for you.” he says tugging your arm and you follow.

Three blocks away is where you find the rest of the bats alongside an unknown guy with a red helmet.

“Who’s the tin can?” you whisper to Tim and he chuckles.

“That’s Jason.” he whispers back shoving you ahead. You turn around sending him a glare before you hear Bruce clear his throat.

“Jason meet y/v/n, y/v/n meet Jason.” you shake the guys hand and notice quite a few guns on him.

“How come she gets to know mine name and I only get to know her superhero name?” Jay questions taking of his mask.

The air got stuck in your lungs when you saw the face behind the heavy helmet.

“Uh..” you tried to say something but nothing came out.

“Because she’s my best friend Jay, hands off!” Tim warns the older brother.

“Yeah? I think you’re going to have to find a new one.” he smirks and you almost faint all the blood rushing to your cheeks.

“Let’s go Timmy..” you mumble tugging Tim by his hand.

“We just got here-”

“Now!” you hiss and he complies walking beside you.

“Call me!” Jason yells after you.

“Do not call him!” Tim whispers and half yells at you.

“It’s your damn fault! Why didn’t you tell me he was so hot?!”

Hope you liked it!
Like, comment and let me know! 😘
Thank you for reading! ❤
~MadRedQueen000 💋

Pixel Art Tree Tutorial

When I first started out doing pixel art I couldn’t find a good tutorial on how to make trees. So now that I’m a bit better, I’ve decided to make my own! 

For this tutorial, you’ll need some sort of digital art program. You probably shouldn’t be looking at digital art tutorials if you don’t have a digital art program. I use Pro Motion, but I’m pretty sure that Gimp and Photoshop work too. 

For space-saving reasons, I’ll put the rest beneath the read more

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3D Effect Tutorial (both Illustrator and Photoshop)

requested by Anonymous

This is a tutorial for how to create the following graphic:

I created the graphic in Illustrator, but this tutorial will demonstrate how to recreate the 3d effect in both Illustrator and Photoshop (whichever you have at hand and are more comfortable with).

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. And if you found this tutorial helpful, please like or reblog!

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anonymous asked:

Hey OK so you know how Achilles and patroklos were lovers in the Iliad ? The one thing that I don't understand that homer does is he constantly refers to patroklos as Achilles' "friend" or "companion" instead of as just "beloved" (he uses beloved friend but that's not the same as just beloved)

You have to understand -  today, we aren’t hearing The Iliad “straight from the horse’s mouth” so to speak (unless you are reading it in its original Greek); we are reading translations of what Homer said/wrote. And translations are always prone to different interpretations and biases. Greek is a very different language than English. While it is true that English has pulled many words and phrases from Greek, it has pulled more from Latin and Anglo-Saxon, and as such, translating it isn’t always a simple matter of “X Greek word means Y English word”. There are, more often than not, multiple English words and phrases that any single Greek word could be translated to; different words hold different connotations. 

Think of it like looking up a word in a Thesaurus. If you look up, say, “house” you will get a lot of different synonyms for it. And while technically they all mean the same thing, they get different feelings across. “Home” implies familiarity and often love (”home is where the heart is” and all that); “residence” sounds stately and posh; “shack” sounds resigned and shabby. So the same goes for trying to translate something from Greek to English. You have to look at the sentence, paragraph, and piece as a whole, and decide which word or phrase would fit the overall intent best. And since all translators are human, they are filled with internal and overt biases. So a translator could read the Iliad and, from the get-go, because of either homophobia or something less bigoted, believe that Achilles and Patroklos are “just really good friends”, and so whenever they run into a sentence/paragraph talking about how they feel about each other, they could, without even thinking about it, choose the translation that frames it in that light. Or it could be more deliberate of a chose, like “Ewww…. there’s no way that these two ‘manly men’ could have…. feelings for each other! Homer totally meant to write ‘beloved friend/companion’ here.” 

Plus, the Iliad was written in a time and society where non-hetero love wasn’t just not-frowned upon, it was often encouraged (a lot of older societies believed that if you loved your comrade deeply, you would fight harder and help them stay alive). So Achilles having this earth and war-shatteringly deep love for Patroklos wouldn’t even be that unusual of a thing, so Homer wouldn’t have to go out of his way to outright say “hey, these two are gay lovers!” you could just see it by the way they interacted and the basic emotion behind the particular scene. And then a translator that lives in a homophobic society would look at this and see it as hetero “dudes just bein bros” type of thing.

So it pretty much comes down to reading the Iliad (and other classics translated from a different language, especially one that doesn’t share as many roots with the original) with an eye out for the overall meaning of people’s connections, and whatever the society was like that the translator lived/lives in. And come on, reading the Iliad, especially with what we now know in mind, there’s no way that Achilles and Patroklos were straight. 

Memorization Tips

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Aim to understand before you memorize. It’s so much more valuable to know the meaning of the word than to be able to recite a word for word definition out of a textbook.

Try to get the correct information the first time you learn about it, by paying attention and asking questions. It’s hard to remember things, but it’s even harder to overwrite incorrect memories.

Organize the information. There are theories about how many spaces our working memory has, the numbers vary but it’s not very many. If you’ve never heard of working memory, it’s your short term memory and where the information you’re currently handling is stored. For example, let’s say I showed you this random string of numbers. Memorizing it would be pretty hard, because we definitely have less than 16 spaces in our working memory. But as soon as I group them like this, each group is a single “thought” and you only need to remember four things.

Some ways to do this are with numbers and categories. If you can remember that there are 16 numbers in the sequence, it’s much easier to be sure of the numbers than if you have no clue when to stop. You can also group information into categories, so they’re like the four groups of numbers instead of the 16 individual ones.

The way we recall things from our memory is using cues. Sometimes they’ll be test questions, sometimes someone might say something that reminds you of something else. The best way to make it easy for you to remember something when asked is to have a lot of cues connected to it. You can connect the information to an actual example. The best connections you can make are ones that make the information interesting or connected to your life.

Get an impression of the material from as many senses as possible. For example, you could read your notes out loud. Then you’d be getting the information through sight, hearing, and even feeling your mouth moving.

Active studying is more valuable than passive studying. If you just read over your notes or textbook, you’re only reinforcing that you recognize the information, not that you can actually recall it when you have a blank test paper in front of you. Some active studying techniques include practice tests and flash cards.

Take breaks between study sessions. It’s generally better to study for 15 minutes a day over a span of a week than for two hours on one day.

Sleeping is also very helpful to strengthen your memory.

It also helps to walk while you study.

Write instead of typing. Unless you can’t get all of the essential information down fast enough when writing.

Use mnemonic devices. For example, you can use HOMES to remember the names of the Great Lakes.

Make up a rhyme or song. I did this in sixth grade for a project and I still remember the song, and I still remember a bunch of random facts about plate boundaries.

I see lots of weekly/bi-weekly/monthly fic recommendation lists going around, and I think this is absolutely wonderful exposure for writers from their peers and those who may not write, but sure do enjoy reading. 

A great thing about the lists I’ve seen is their focus on certain categories of fic - very ideal for readers to sort what they’d like to read; thing is, I haven’t personally seen one that focuses solely on the quality of the writing.

You know - Character dimension. Writing with clever readers in mind. Crazy crisp dialogue. Incredibly tight plotting. Big emotion.

So what’s the scoop on The Nail?  

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‘Let me count the ways’: All the ways JonSa could evolve in S.7 ep. 1 or 2

I shall but love thee better after death. - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Until recently the possibility of anything happening physically between Jon and Sansa early in s.7 seemed remote. I really thought (still kinda do) that we will get them coming together in s.8 after Jon gets disillusioned by Dany. But based on a few posts, plot leaks I’ve tried to avoid, and actors comments, I’ve upped the potential for a f*ck plot in episode 1 or 2 to a solid 50/50. (Excuse my language I don’t know what else to call a f*ck plot but a f*ck plot.)

**SPOILERS**  maybe…

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I just had an amazing experience after being contacted by a follower with an inquiry to speak with their spirit guides and channel them in an intuitive reading. I loved it and felt safe and confident while doing so, and they suggested that I offer these through tumblr too! I’d love to, since apparently this is something they expressed the community here has an interest with. 

The guides that I worked through here and during Reiki treatments have come through very strongly and I’ve really loved getting to know all this spirits that come in light. 

What Is A Spirit Guide/Spirit Reading?

  • I’ll speak with your guide(s) and channel/reiterate what they share with me to a typed PDF that I’ll give you. 
  • They can provide advice, insights to your energy, and answer a myriad of questions that you might have! I’m fully open to whatever you ask, I’ll ask them on your behalf. 
  • It seems like these also have the potential to deepen your connection to your guides. 

What Beings Can I Ask You to Contact?

  • Spirit Guides and Guardians
  • Twin flames, soul mates
  • Animal spirits
  • Past loved ones, ancestors, etc.
  • Angels, demons, fae, elementals, etc. any “species” is fine
  • You Higher Self or the Higher Selves of others


  • They’ll be in PDF, typed 12 pt font, single spaced, dialogue and paragraph form
  • Shielding takes a lot of energy, so these are $25 per page.
  • Recommended 1 page per guide, at least! (The original person did 1.5 pages per guide and both guides shared the space and talked together).
  • Up to 5 pages at a time. 
  • Payment is through paypal, I’ll send you an invoice through email after you order. The invoice can be paid through any paypal account or through a debit/credit card! There aren’t any additional fees, unless you need to convert currency to the US dollar (there may be in some, but not all, instances). Fees, in that case, are usually less than 5% the total cost. 

To Order One: 

Send me an email to sopherielspeaks@gmail.com with this information:

  • Legal name (for organization)
  • Preferred name and your pronouns
  • Number of pages requested
  • Guide’s names/info: this includes anything you’re willing to share (that’s helpful for me to better pick up on their energy), their name (if you know it), their demeanor (a heads up is nice), and their pronouns (to refer to them correctly in the reading). 
  • The questions you have for them: This can range from life advice, meditation guidance, energy work, questions about past lives and present life, general guidance, mental and physical concerns (within reason, just from a spiritual stance, not as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment), etc. Ask whatever you want! I’ll let you know if I can’t ask your guides that or if they won’t answer it. 

Additional info: 

  • If I’m not comfortable with the specific spirit, I do reserve to right to decline your request for a reading. I’ll know this before you pay the invoice and speak with your guides to ask if they’re open to this reading. If I’m on the fence about a spirit or feel that I’ll need to do some really in-depth shielding, I might ask for an additional $5-10 for the time and energy it will take. Also, I want to make sure the spirit guides themselves have the opportunity to consent to these readings, so I’ll briefly speak with them from a distance before sending you the payment invoice. 
  • If you don’t know your guide’s names or identities, I can do my best to speak with them and find out, but no guarantees! It’s easy to ask for a spirit when I know their name. But I can ask “could I please speak to the guide of (your name)” and see what comes forth. If nothing arises, we can work out a refund. 
  • This channeling doesn’t include any form of possession, just listening and recording. No energy exchanges either, so there’s little risk to me or to your guides! 

Any questions, feel free to ask! I look forwards to doing more of these if you all are interested. Also any promos/signal boosting is more than welcome too–since it was mentioned that others are interested. :)

anonymous asked:

Okay, so, not sure if this has been asked before. If so, sorry. But, looking through Chara's Origins and Dogs of Future Past, I have to ask. Is "The Player" an actual entity? An entity that has been controlling Frisk throughout their time in the Underground? Is "The Player" us? the ones who play Undertale? Or, to avoid breaking the fourth wall too much, is "The Player" Frisk? They are the one who's choices ultimately effect the world, after all.

Well…you did play the game, didn’t you?


Oh… I have too many drawings…

I can’t even fit all of these in one envelope

These are all original sketch/lineart of things I’ve posted to Tumblr, going back to about November. (Not including the Christmas comic because someone already bought that)

Pack of 10 - $5

Pack of 20 - $7.50

Whole giant stack - $20 and probably higher shopping cost because I’ll need a box

Shipping is $5 to within US unless you get the whole stack

Contact me at cassie.s.thomas@outlook.com if interested

You are welcome to request specific pieces to be included

If I have done commission work for you any part of your commission that was done on paper will be included